Food was good and prices ok. One big draw back the host and the owners were very rude. There were four of us 2 adults and 2 children not young 13 and 10. We didn't have reservations but it was early and had a lot of tables open But they were acting like they didn't want us and like it was a big problem to seat us. The hoste who was also r server was not friendly. We order drinks (adults) appetizers and full meals even for kids. Food was very good. BUT don't know if we would go back because of treatment. Also we r quite the foodies even the kids That is y we chose this place when we were staying in downtown Phoenix for a event I might go back but read a previous review and the same thing was said and they went back 4 times. Same each time rude.
Read about this new restaurant in New Times. Went in for business lunch. The owners son greeted us. Being new to this cuisine we had lots of questions. He was helpful and gracious. We decided on two sampler appetizers with 6 different options each. We loved it! Be sure to ask about specials and drinks that may not be on the menu. We had a blast learning about the food and it was delicious! Definitely going back and taking the whole family.
A bit pricey for the portions but I think thats the point for this modern take on West Indian cuisine. I had the escovich snapper and festival with a side of rice and peas and the sweet potato pudding for desert. Raised in a Jamaican household I am used to the traditional preparation of west Indian food. The food was good, the pudding was dry, the drinks are worth going back for.
I love this store! They are major suppliers to shops at the Sky Harbor Airport and other shops. I have been waiting for a particular Talavera piece and it finally came! You may have wait for a shipment to come but you won't find the variety, quality, and great prices elsewhere.
By far the very BEST food in Arizona!!!!!!